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Pedagogy of the Oppressed ( 1968 ) by

  title={Pedagogy of the Oppressed ( 1968 ) by},
  author={Paulo Freire},
Paulo Freire was exiled from Chile in 1964. Freire was the first director of the University of Recife's Cultural Extension Service that provided literacy programs to thousands of peasants. Freire and his coworkers taught the peasants not only skills for reading and writing, but they also introduced participation in the political process through knowledge of reading and writing as a desirable and attainable goal for all Brazilians. He inspired the poor to hope that they could have a voice in… 
Pedagogy of the Oppressed: The Publication Process of Paulo Freire's Seminal Work
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  • Political Science
  • 2015
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Voices of the Oppressed and Oppressors First, History and Theory Last.
The authors illustrate the process of a radical pedagogical paradigm shift from the teaching of oppression within historical and theoretical frameworks to a focus on the voices and experiences of the
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